Fortnightly show presented by Bones.Rd Records residents and associated artists.
Arro is a Melbourne based multi-instrumentalist and producer/dj who these days enjoys exploring the lighter side of ambient house/techno. Originally from Bells Beach, Arro has always created music in an isolated and introspective environment which has allowed him to explore a large palette of genres and styles. Inspired heavily by the mixing styles of artists such as Lee “Scratch” Perry and Moodyman, Arro aims to create a unique blend of ambient retro-futurist sounds to ease you through your afternoon.
After the creation of BONES.Rd, Togar and Arrows had a glorious time enjoying their new-found world of musical freedom. But sure enough after some time the two began to feel lonely in this new wonderland.
So the two proposed a journey, one that would change them and BONES.Rd forever. Their goal was to find the next Boner somewhere out in the dark and gloomy world of Geetroit. One day whilst walking through the Uno Danceclub forrest, they noticed in the distance a tall figure calmly swaying his arms. Togar looked into this tall figures hands and saw a collection of Afro, Disco & House records. “What be your name tall man” grunted Arrows. “My name Maize”
And thus, Maize joined BONES.Rd.
A brown bear stepping out of the Otway Forrest bringing plenty of riddims to the table from slow Jazz to Dub Reggae and even a little bit of Jungle to get those muscles warmed up and the bones moving. Grab yourself a glass of your cheapest red, sit (or stand) in front of a nice warm sun and get those armpits moving and grooving.
Is interested and plays a wide range of music in his sets from jazzed up house to pumping techno. He also loves the production side of things and is looking to get more music out there in 2017.
Togar frequently travels through the space-time continuum, connecting the universe through rhythm, dance and one hell of a smile. Since the age of 15 Tory Garwood has been on somewhat of a musical journey, with humble beginnings – playing at house parties and under-age shows to begin with, he has evolved as the years have gone on and is now known as one of the shining lights of the next generation.
This butter-smooth specimen has been selected to play at some of the most respected venues, parties and music festivals this country has to offer including Strawberry Fields, Revolver Upstairs, New Guernica, Brown Alley and his residency at Geelong’s UNO DanceClub; which has seen him share the stage with some of the world’s biggest names, playing to hundreds of people at a time and never disappointing.
2017 is a pivotal year for the young man, with his foray into the world of production seeing the light of day; there is no doubt Togar will continue to bring more smiles and dancefloor satisfaction than ever.